Door Hinges / September 19, 2018 / Talon Gregoire
Without door hinges a mere act of going to the bathroom would require so much effort that you want to go to open the door well in advance as opening and closing of the door would be a painstaking task. Hinges are an integral part of architecture. Let us look at something as simple as a wooden box with an attached lid. It opens easily because of the hinges. Hinges are primarily used for doors and if you are considering renovating your home or building one from scratch you might want to think about installing long lasting and secure door hinges. Homes with children need doors with hinges for security purposes.
One is attached to the top and one to the bottom. Portions of each are then folded over and recessed into the door and frame resulting in a concealed hinge. If open cabinets are a pet peeve of yours then the ever popular spring-loaded or self-closing hinge is for you. Built with a small spring inside the door automatically closes after it is opened. Youll never be annoyed by open cabinets again. No matter what you of cabinet door hinges you choose you still have to select a finish as well. From antique copper to polished chrome and everything in between the easiest route to take might be to match your cabinet knobs and drawer pulls.
You can then get a sense of which works best for you from the standpoint of design and décor before going through the effort of replacing all the cabinet door hinges in the home. Recently there have been major advancements in how European cabinet door hinges operate. As the improvisation process of how kitchen cupboard doors open and close continues we now have what is known as the soft-close feature. Leaders in the cabinet accessories manufacturing industry like Julius Blum Nisko Silentia and Grass America have all designed their own versions of the soft-closing hinges.